Category Archives: History

Happy New Year’s Eve!

Getting ready to miss Kathy Griffin again. Damn. #NewYearsEve

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TODAY’S QUOTE BY ERNEST HEMINGWAY

“‘You shouldn’t write if you can’t write. What do you have to cry about it for? Go home. Get a job. [deleted sentence] Only don’t talk about it. You could never write.’ ‘Why do you say that?’ ‘Did you ever … Continue reading

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Protected: The Approximate life of: Master/Captain Hans Jørgen Pettersen: 1851–1906

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My Life With Blankets (so far) A History

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018 30 Revisions ~~~ Blankets. Admit it. You either hate them or love them. They’re either soft and comforting, or just plain scratchy and bitchy. Ever since you were coerced and pop-forced out of that warm wet … Continue reading

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Crossing Brooklyn Ferry – by Walt Whitman – 1819 – 1892

Crossing Brooklyn Ferry By Walt Whitman  1819 – 1892 1 Flood-tide below me! I see you face to face! Clouds of the west—sun there half an hour high—I see you also face to face. Crowds of men and women attired … Continue reading

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Protected: Moment of Silence & Nothing Heard Round My World. (Øle Ø.’s take on the 50th Anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination)

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President Roosevelt’s Library Dedication

  It seems to me that the dedication of a library is in itself an act of faith. To bring together the records of the past and to house them in buildings where they will be preserved for the use of … Continue reading

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